Welcome to the Secrets of Organ Playing Podcast #5!
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Today's guests are two experts of Bach organ music - Dr. Mary Murrell Faulkner and Dr. Quentin Faulkner. They have just returned from their 4th trip to Central Germany where they led Bach's Organ World tour. Today they share their insights and wisdom about the instruments that Bach played or visited, about performance of his music, and what it feels to sit on the same bench that our master composer sat on some 300 years ago.
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